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Synonyms for denounce

Synonyms for denounce

to feel or express strong disapproval of

to make an accusation against

Synonyms for denounce

to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

announce the termination of, as of treaties

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give away information about somebody

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Why no denouncements of the real thieves leaching the country dry?
With former prostitute Leanne sobbing at the altar, the growling groom humili-ated her with one of those hilariously unrealistic-public denouncements that only ever happen in soaps.
In political terms, the visit has no value and Palestinians no more need hollow condemnations and empty denouncements," he said in a phone interview.
Assassination claims, "mole hunt" in the army, illegal search warrants and fake denouncements are coming one after the other.
Therefore, I will only qualify such denouncements as false.
It appears that the disturbance dates back to 18th-century denouncements of the Catholic Mass by Puritans.
The politicized laughs range from an alleged glimpse into Stephen's childhood and family life (if his children don't listen to him they risk being deported), to his thunderous denouncements of America's pop culture ills (baby carrots are trying to turn him gay), to his views of other demographics (children are to be feared because they're here to replace us, and old people aren't dying fast enough).
Countdown's" sensibility, he says - puppet shows, the robot news and his own on-air denouncements of stories "my producers are forcing me to cover" - reflects the same attitude he brought when working for KNX-AM (1070) and KCBS (Channel 2) in Los Angeles in the 1980s, when he received 11 Golden Mike Awards and was named Sportscaster of the Year three times.
Despite efforts by both companies to reduce the discriminatory potential of the hotlines, the CNIL determined that the hotlines "could result in an organized system of workplace denouncements.
A flurry of racist hate fliers found in Eugene neighborhoods has prompted denouncements by the city manager, the police chief and the Human Rights Commission.
They'll read his denouncements of their supposed Rolex culture and question why he needed an extra four months wages so badly it meant hanging many of his team-mates out to dry.